French gendarmes conduct their investigation near desecrated tombstones at the Sarre-Union Jewish cemetery, eastern France, February 16, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
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Despite desecrated Jewish graves in France and a deadly attack at a synagogue in Copenhagen, European leaders Monday rejected calls from the Israeli prime minister for a mass immigration of the continent's Jews, urging unity instead.Hundreds of Jewish tombstones were found vandalized in eastern France Sunday, hours after a Danish Jew guarding a synagogue in Copenhagen was shot to death. In 2014, more than 7,000 French Jews in a community estimated at around 500,000 left for Israel, more than double the number for 2013 .And the Israeli Cabinet on Sunday approved a $46 million plan to encourage still more Jewish immigration from France, Belgium and Ukraine.
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